Miami recommended itineraries
A day in Miami
A stopover of a few hours in Miami between two planes? Head to the beach! From the airport, ask a taxi to drop you off at 3rd Street, you will be there in 20 minutes.
From there skaters and the always tanned retirees who run from morning to night, you will be in Florida right away!
End with a quick stroll down Lincoln Road, Miami Beach's most commercial thoroughfare.
Branch then drop off at Wynwood, a veritable open-air museum which generates more murals each year to discover with your nose in the air, browsing from gallery to gallery.
Come home when mesetters fluttering around.
3-4 days in Miami
This will allow you to truly take the pulse of the city by discovering its many facets: beach, show off and Art Deco in Miami Beach; tropical ambience and luxury villas in Coconut Grove, Coral Gables and Key Biscayne; arty and fashionable atmosphere in Wynwood Art District and Design District. And even a great breath of wilderness with the Everglades, just an hour away!
- The must-see Miami Beach asks that you devote a whole day to having a good time, at the beach of course,
- but also to discover its Art Deco jewels
- and the Mediterranean atmosphere of Lincoln Road.
- The revelers will follow on the crazy nights of SoBe.
- Villa Vizcaya will appeal to lovers of beautiful things. This is an opportunity to understand that with money, you can buy practically anything you want: from Quimper crockery to Chinese porcelain, including Aubusson tapestries, and planting all this in an Italian garden (stunning!).
- On leaving, walk along Biscayne Bay to Coconut Grove,
- picnic in The Barnacle Historic State Park.
- L & rsquomidi, take a stroll in the Kampong Garden or push up to the United,
- before enjoying a cocktail at the bar of the chic Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables.
- Or sunbathe on the rugged beach at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, at the extreme tip of Key Biscayne Island.
Architecture, culture and art on the program.
- To begin with, an approach to Downtown by skytrain,
- why not the Pérez Art Museum - whose building, designed by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron, is in itself a work of art - and if you are with your family, the Patricia & Philipp Frost Museum of Science.
- Then head to Wynwood, the Florida capital of street art,
- where we can enjoy trendy restaurants and bars to spend the evening
See also our article Three days in Miami.
- How about a trip to Everglades National Park, on the outskirts of the city? This immense swamp surrounded by mangroves is classified as a biosphere reserve and Unesco World Heritage. The opportunity to come face to face with alligators of a good three meters and to marvel at the gatherings of white ibis, pink spoonbills, blue herons and other zozials.